View over Wernigerode with its castle
|• Density||190/km2 (500/sq mi)|
Wernigerode (German pronunciation:
Wernigerode is located southwest of
The town lies at about 250 metres above
The borough measures 9.5 km from west to east and 6 km from north to south. Its highest point is the
The town lies on the German-Dutch holiday road known as the
The borough of Wernigrode is divided into the town itself, including the villages of
Wernigerode is located in the Central European transition subzone of the temperate climatic zone. Its average annual temperature is 9.5 °C; its average annual precipitation is 500 millimetres.
The warmest months are June to August with average temperatures of 16.0 to 18.3 °C and the coldest are December to February at 1.1 to 2.1 °C.
The most rain falls in July, on average 54 millimetres, the least in February, with 30 millimetres on average.
The climate, more precisely the amounts of precipitation and temperatures, are influenced by the
|Climate data for Wernigerode|
|Average high °F||39||41||46||57||64||70||75||75||66||57||46||39||56|
|Average low °F||28||30||34||39||46||52||55||55||50||43||37||32||42|
|Average high °C||4||5||8||14||18||21||24||24||19||14||8||4||14|
|Average low °C||−2||−1||1||4||8||11||13||13||10||6||3||0||6|
|Average rainy days||14||14||16||13||13||13||15||13||12||13||16||17||169|
Wernigerode has a snow load class of 3 according to the German industrial standard, DIN 1055.